KANSAS CITY, Mo. — According to the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department, three people were injured in a shooting at the Hy-Vee Arena Friday night.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found that the Arena had been damaged after locating bullet holes in the glass windows.

In addition, officers located one victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the hand and transported the victim to the hospital.

“Seeing all the kids screaming, running up the grass, all trying to take cover behind cars, everything,” Destiny White, an employee at the Hy-Vee Arena said.

“We were pulling people over the counter of my job, and getting them to cover and trying to get everybody to get down,” White said.

They were doing everything they could to protect one another in a crowd largely consisting of kids.

“Behind pillars, under tables, over counters, behind doors,” White said.

White has worked at a business in the Hy-Vee Arena for more than five years but nothing compared to yesterday.

She says she spent more than two hours in lockdown as police cleared the parking lot and the building.

“It’s honestly devastating because even today, in this huge crowd, I just don’t feel safe being here.”

Investigators later learned that the other two victims were suffering from gunshot wounds in their extremities and both traveled to area hospitals separately.

The three victims have non-life-threatening injuries, according to the department.